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You should seek the advice of your doctor; like others I also believe you are actually describing the symptoms of an anxiety attack and trying to treat it as motion sickness may not help. Consult a doctor and be frank about your issues as anxiety attacks can have severe consequences. A colleague starts to hyperventilate when she gets on a plane (no matter ...


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There is no universal condition for motion sickness, each and every one of us reacts differently. Some folks can read in a car, some can not, some folks get sea sick, some don't, some get air sick, some don't. While some events result in a high percentage of people being effected such as really rough seas, even there a portion of the people will be ok. You ...


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I don't have the studies to back this up on my, but my understanding of motion sickness is: You inner ear is telling you you are moving But you are not walking Your other senses also may be telling you are not walking. Your body interprets this contradiction as a sign that something is wrong, determines you may be poisoned, and so has you vomit. So it is ...


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I am also a fat person and can offer these additional tips: Do not wear anything with a belt; wear loose fitting clothes and baggy cut jeans/pants. Avoid the rows directly behind a bulkhead or next to an exit door. These may look attractive because of the extra legroom, but the seats are narrower than the normal seats because the tray table and video ...


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General Tips: • Keep hydrated and drink plenty • Book aisle seats (as you have done) • Do not keep in one position for too long - go for a little walk every 30 minutes or so, just standing up and stretching can help. • Don't take walks when meals are being served or the cabin crew have their trolleys out. Be aware that economy can mean that the aisles ...


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A friend of mine had a knee operation in May three years running and had to wear a cast on the leg till well into September. One place she visited in those three summers was Taizé France, where most of the toilets were squat toilets. The porceline square with steps a bit higher than the main square. While there were 'sit' toilets those were always a lot ...


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Buy a plastic chair with four legs. Make a hole in the centre. Place it over the squat toilet. Be careful not to fall in. You are good to go. The plastic molded chair is widely available. Buy one with short legs or cut the legs off to shorten them. The chair is exactly the same width as a squat toilet width.


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First, your numbers are off. Denver is officially 5280 feet (1609m) above sea level, which is the source of its nickname as the "Mile-High City". In most cases this won't be a problem. More specific answers depend on details like Your personal physical ability to adapt. Some adapt more quickly than others, and this doesn't necessarily correlate with ...


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That form appears to only be required for other types of visas. On the page for short-term visas for "conferences," the "documents required" tab lists the documents you needed to submit. It does not list a medical report. In contrast, the page for a long-term study visa does state that both a medical report and a radiological report (to confirm that you ...


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The Centers for Disease Control website provides vaccination advice. Check the vaccines and medicines list and visit your doctor (ideally, 4-6 weeks) before your trip to get vaccines or medicines you may need. For Yellow fever it states: There is no risk of yellow fever in South Africa. The government of South Africa requires proof of yellow ...



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